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July 28, 1958
Swinging down the lane, Chris Chataway (left), Roger Bannister and Peter Driver leave Buckingham Palace with message from Queen officially opening British Empire Games in Cardiff, Wales.
July 14, 1958
Cleveland Williams, Tampa heavyweight, on why he decided to forgo a scheduled match in Wales with Welshman Dick Richardson despite four doctors' certification that he was fit: "I've got a message from beyond. I'm not...
July 07, 1958 | John Mulliken
The Question: What is the most unusual sport you've seen in your travels around the world? (Asked of members of the Circumnaviga
August 06, 1956 | Jimmy Jemail
REAR ADMIRAL LOUIS B. OLSONU.S. Coast GuardFormer CommanderEastern AreaThe Aleuts in the Pribilof Islands have a practical sport. Competing groups go to the cliffs where thousands-of large birds nest. Each group...
September 27, 1954
Though the fact was almost lost in the glare of publicity surrounding the celebrated "mile of the century," this summer's British Empire & Commonwealth Games were much more than a big track meet. Hundreds of fencers,...